Libertarian paternalism and school lunches: Guiding healthier behavior while preserving choices

New US Department of Agriculture regulations have altered what foods schools offer for lunch, but schools cannot require students to eat specific foods. Cornell University researchers Andrew Hawks, David Just and Brian Wansink implemented an intervention using the behavioral science principle known as «libertarian paternalism» which led junior-senior high school students to eat more fruits and vegetables by making these foods more convenient, attractive, and normative

Fuente : http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2013-02/cfb…


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